Authors: Marc Miller and Susan Lahey
Published: September 2019 Career Pivot Publishing
180 Print Pages
Available at Amazon.com, in paperback $14.97 and in Kindle format $8.97
For those who want to fall in love with their work again, redeploy their experience and skills into a new career, and prudently make a shift, Marc Miller’s strategic guidance is a pathway to success.
Kerry Hannon, author of Never Too Old To Get Rich: The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business Mid-Life
The updates and relevance of Marc’s book are perfectly timed! Retirement means something very different today than it did for our parents. The aging workforce in the US needs to understand how to take ownership of their careers. This book will guide you through the challenging steps of transitioning into a purposeful second career!
Hannah Morgan, Job Search Strategist and Founder, CareerSherpa.net
Change is the norm in today’s job market. Reinvention is no longer optional and Marc takes the guesswork out of it by providing practical strategies to ensure that you have the skills, direction and most importantly, the connections you need to be successful in the next phase of your career. If you’re not ready to retire, but unsure of next steps, do yourself a huge favor and get a copy of Repurpose Your Career.
Dawn Graham, Ph.d., author of “Switchers: How Smart Professionals Change Careers and Seize Success” and Host of “Career Talk” on SiriusXM Radio.
I always enjoy talking to Marc Miller for insights and stories about finding meaningful work in the second half of life. Now you can read his thoughts on the topic drawn from years of consulting with clients, as well as his own experiences. The information in each chapter is practical, with helpful action steps. But, as he reminds us, learning new skills and meeting new people should also be fun. Experienced workers still have enormous contributions to make to our society and economy.
Chris Farrell, author of Purpose and a Paycheck
The updated version of Repurpose Your Career offers a roadmap to finding meaningful work during the second half of life. Written by celebrated career coach Marc Miller, it is chock-full of proven strategies, relatable stories and actionable advice tailored to the unique needs of people over 50. If you want to make your next act your best act, start reading this book now.
Nancy Collamer, Semi-Retirement Expert and Founder of MyLifestyleCareer.com
Marc’s insights into our late-career challenges are profound. For anyone navigating this new and uncertain life stage, his book provides a reassuring and empowering message.
John Tarnoff, career coach and author, “Boomer Reinvention”
“I love this book. Marc points out that as we get older it becomes harder to “pretend” to be something other than ourselves at work. Amen. The chapter about being a square peg in a round hole will resonate with many readers. Marc shows us how to live in our own unique “square hole” when we repurpose our career. I live by the mantra “make age 50 to 75 the best years of my life” – and “you can’t do that if your career ladder is against the wrong wall”
Thom Singer, Speaker and host of the “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast
As usual, Marc Miller provides excellent advice on today’s requirements for a successful job search and career, focused on helping those of us over 50 cope with all the changes happening. Marc describes how the whole work environment has shifted dramatically with the increasingly rapid growth in the use of technology – for example, how some older industries (and jobs) are disappearing while new industries (and jobs) are developing. In this latest edition, Marc describes how to recognize, adapt, and overcome the new barriers to continuing your career and your income.
Susan P. Joyce, owner of Job-Hunt.org
“Attention job seekers! Whether you are relaunching your career, transitioning to a new one or just starting out in the work world, Marc Miller focuses on actionable strategies for the most important and difficult parts of the job search. Read carefully and benefit immediately from his expert advice!”
Carol Fishman Cohen, Co-founder, iRelaunch